Sensitive Teeth - How to get rid of it?
June 10, 2017 1:36am CST
Okay, I wasn't having them, but now I am having them. I wonder what's the reason but its too irritating. Even when I drink cold water its quite paining. Not actually paining but I can't describe here what it is and what it feels like. I can resist ice creams temporary, but I surely can't avoid cold water. Do anyone know the trick? Or its time for me to visit dentist.
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• United States
10 Jun 17
@endou100 If not that, then the other thing I use is organic apple cider vinegar diluted in water and gargle with it, swish it around the mouth and teeth and gums..cleans and disinfects and helps soothe the sensitivities also.
12 Jun 17
Yeah...For sensitive teeth, you should avoid acidic foods and drinks like soda,sticky candy...Instead, we can take Fiber-rich fruits and vegetables,Cheese,Milk and Plain yogurt.Also don’t brush too hard.In our country we use Sensoform toothpaste.If it is available in your place, try it for two to three days whether it suits you...Hope this helps
10 Jun 17
Try clove. Keep a clove above the painful tooth and give light pressure by biting. Don't bite too hard it will further increase the pain. Your pain will gradually subside and go away. you can try applying clove oil too, if it is locally available. But if the pain doesn't subside or go away, it is necessary that you see the dentist, as the issue may be too serious...